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Re: hydra elimination/fish sensitivity questions...
this is purely from memory so don't take it as gospel! I seem to
remember reading about this method, and it involved using a 9v battery. The
method was condided harmless to plants and fish, but reportedly very effective
against hydra. As the treatment only takes a few hours (I think) I doubt there
will be problems.
As part of my treatment I regularly have 10,000v plugged into my
noggin, hasn't done me any harm.....AHH HAAAA HAAAAHAAAAA dribble drool.
Shane Essary wrote:
> Yup, I have hydra, by the bucket loads. They propagate almost as fast as my
> I have decided to try the electric shock method of elimination, but have a
> few questions regarding it:
> 1) Any killies known to be sensitive to this treatment? So far, the
> beasties have only shown up in my R. xiphidius and BIT tanks, as well as my
> Parosphromenus and Peacock gudgeon tanks.
> 2) Plant/snail sensitivity? I really don't care about the snails, I can
> get more, but I really don't want to lose my rich planted tank.
> Thanks in advance.
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